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This site was designed to help our families navigate frequently asked questions and have direct access to COVID-19 information.


To report a student who received a positive COVID-19 test result, please call the Three Rivers Health Clinic at 513-467-3200 ext.1107.

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COVID-19 Letters from the Hamilton County Public Health Department

May 7, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 TRES student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on May 21, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




March 26, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student in Taylor HS and 1 student in Taylor MS reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on April 9, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




February 19, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 staff member in Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on March 4, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




February 17, 2021

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student and 2 staff members in Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on March 3, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




February 10, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student in Taylor High School reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 24, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




February 8, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 students in Taylor High School and 2 staff members in Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 22, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




February 5, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student in Taylor High School and 1 student in Taylor Middle School reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 19, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




February 3, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student and 1 staff in Three Rivers Elementary and 1 student in Taylor High School reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 17, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 29, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 students in Taylor High School and 1 student in Taylor Middle School reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 12, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 27, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student at Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 10, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 26, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student at Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 9, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 25, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 staff members at Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on February 8, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 12, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student at Taylor High School and 1 student at Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on January 26, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 11, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219


Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student at Taylor High School, 1 student at Taylor Middle School, and 2 students at Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on January 25, 2021.


Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.


The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.


Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




January 6, 2021

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 students at Taylor High School, 1 student at Taylor Middle School, and 2 students at Three Rivers Elementary reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19 this week. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that Three Rivers Local School District will follow the most recent guidelines from Governor DeWine and the Hamilton County Department of Health for student quarantines. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child does not need to self-quarantine as a result of this positive case. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on January 19, 2021.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



December 17, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 student at Taylor Middle School and 1 Taylor High School staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of any of the student or staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 31, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




December 15, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 students at Taylor Middle School and 1 student at Taylor High School reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of any of the students for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 29, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




December 14, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Taylor High School and 2 students at Taylor Middle School reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member or students for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 22, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



December 7, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 Elementary student, 1 Elementary staff, and 1 District staff member reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student or staff members for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 21, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



December 2, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 1 Elementary and 1 High School student reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student(s) for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 16, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




December 1, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 students in THS, 1 student in TMS, 1 student in TRES, and 1 staff member at THS reported a positive diagnosis with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student(s) or staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 15, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 30, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that we have been made aware of 8 new COVID-19 cases District-wide. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of an individual who tested positive for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 14, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 23, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor Middle School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 4, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District





November 20, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor Middle School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that due to remote learning, no contact tracing needs to be conducted at the school. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 17, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Three Rivers Elementary and a student at Taylor High School have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member or student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on December 1, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 15, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Three Rivers Elementary has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 28, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 14, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Taylor Middle School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 27, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 13, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 3 students in Taylor High School and 1 staff member at Three Rivers Elementary School have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the students or staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 27, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 11, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student and a staff member at Three Rivers Elementary School have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student or staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 25, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 10, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Three Rivers Elementary School and 2 students in Taylor Middle School have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of any of the 3 students for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 24, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 9, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Three Rivers Elementary has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that this case did not result in any additional quarantines. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 8, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 21, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



November 4, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 18, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District





November 4, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member in Taylor Middle School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email or call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 18, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District




November 2, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student in Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email from the School District by 5:00 pm this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 14, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



November 2, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member in Three Rivers Elementary has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email from the School District by this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 14, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 31, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student in Taylor Middle School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you do not receive an email from the School District this evening, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 14, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 29, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that two students in Taylor High School have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you are receiving this letter and have not received an email from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 12, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.


Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 28, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that this particular case did not result in any additional quarantines. Your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 11, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 28, 2020

Dear Three Rivers Students, Parents, and Staff,

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued guidance on the definition of essential critical infrastructure workers. CISA promotes the ability of such workers to continue to work during periods of community restriction, access management, social distancing, or closure orders/directives.

Three Rivers has been identified as a critical infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic. This distinction has been made after appropriately balancing public safety, the health and safety of the workforce, and the continued delivery of essential critical infrastructure services and functions. Critical infrastructures are imperative during the response to the COVID-19 emergency for both public health and safety as well as community well-being. Teachers and staff have a special responsibility in these times to continue to operate. Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH) has been working with Three Rivers Schools closely to effectively isolate the case and quarantine those identified as close contacts.

The teacher and staff member that have been named as close contacts to a positive case of COVID-19 will be allowed to work at this time as long as they do not develop symptoms. The workers will follow guidance from the CDC, ODH, and HCPH to limit disease spread at the facility. The employees will comply with applicable OSHA requirements for protecting critical infrastructure workers and attendees who remain on or return to the facility during the COVID-19 pandemic. The facility must implement the public health recommendations for source control in their community.

The overall health and well-being of the community will continue to be our top priority. Hamilton County Public Health and Three Rivers are working together to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the school. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy.

Thank you,

Greg Kesterman Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219



October 23, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that this particular case did not result in any additional quarantines. Your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 2, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 22, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Three Rivers Elementary has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you are receiving this letter and have not received a phone call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on November 2, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 16, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that 2 students at Taylor Middle School (6th-grade) have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be notified within 24 hours of the District receiving the positive test. If you are receiving this letter and do not receive a phone call this evening from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of either student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 30, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Dear Three Rivers Students, Parents, and Staff,

This letter is to notify you that an attendee at Three Rivers has been diagnosed with COVID-19. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms and keep your sick child(ren) home. If you need to take them to see a physician for testing and treatment, please let the physician know about this potential exposure.

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued guidance on the definition of essential critical infrastructure workers. CISA promotes the ability of such workers to continue to work during periods of community restriction, access management, social distancing, or closure orders/directives.

Three Rivers Schools have been identified as a critical infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic. This distinction has been made after appropriately balancing public safety, the health and safety of the workforce, and the continued delivery of essential critical infrastructure services and functions. Critical infrastructures are imperative during the response to the COVID-19 emergency for both public health and safety as well as community well-being. Teachers have a special responsibility in these times to continue to operate. Hamilton County Public Health (HCPH) has been working with Three Rivers Schools closely to effectively isolate the case and quarantine those identified as close contacts.

The teachers that have been named as close contacts to the positive case of COVID-19 will be allowed to work at this time as long as they do not develop symptoms. The workers will follow guidance from the CDC, ODH, and HCPH to limit disease spread at the facility. The employees will comply with applicable OSHA requirements for protecting critical infrastructure workers and attendees who remain on or return to the facility during the COVID-19 pandemic. The facility must implement the public health recommendations for source control in their community.

The overall health and well-being of the community will continue to be our top priority. Hamilton County Public Health and Three Rivers Schools are working together to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at our facility. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy.

Thank you,

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft Cincinnati, Ohio 45219



October 14, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Taylor Middle School and a student at Taylor High School have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine are being individually notified. If you are receiving this letter and do not receive a phone call this evening from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member or student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 23, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 8, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Taylor Middle School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine are being notified this evening. If you are receiving this letter and do not receive a phone call this evening from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 22, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



October 7, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine are being individually notified. If you are receiving this letter and do not receive a phone call this evening from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 20, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include cough, shortness of breath, new smell disorder, or new taste disorder. Other symptoms include fever (measured or subjective), shivering with chills, body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion or runny nose.

  • If you develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please stay at home and consult with your physician regarding next steps.

  • Please notify school administration if you choose to get tested or if you develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 30, 2020

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member at Three Rivers Elementary has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine have been individually notified. If you are receiving this letter and have not received a phone call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 9, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor your student(s) for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include chills, rigors, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste/smell;

  • If your student develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please keep him/her at home and consult with your physician regarding the next steps;

  • Please notify the school administration if you choose to get your child tested or if they develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 24, 2020

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine have been individually notified. If you are receiving this letter and have not received a phone call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 6, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor your student(s) for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include chills, rigors, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste/smell;

  • If your student develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please keep him/her at home and consult with your physician regarding the next steps;

  • Please notify the school administration if you choose to get your child tested or if they develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


September 23, 2020

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a student at Taylor High School has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine have been individually notified. If you are receiving this letter and have not received a phone call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 2, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor your student(s) for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include chills, rigors, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste/smell;

  • If your student develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please keep him/her at home and consult with your physician regarding the next steps;

  • Please notify the school administration if you choose to get your child tested or if they develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


September 22, 2020

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a staff member in Three Rivers Local School District has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPAA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any staff member or student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine have been individually notified. If you are receiving this letter and have not received a phone call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the staff member for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on October 2, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor your student(s) for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include chills, rigors, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste/smell;

  • If your student develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please keep him/her at home and consult with your physician regarding the next steps;

  • Please notify the school administration if you choose to get your child tested or if they develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District


September 18, 2020

Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a first-grade student in Three Rivers Elementary has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPPA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be individually notified this evening. If you are receiving this letter and have not received a phone call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends on September 29, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor your student(s) for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include chills, rigors, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste/smell;

  • If your student develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please keep him/her at home and consult with your physician regarding the next steps;

  • Please notify the school administration if you choose to get your child tested or if they develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District



September 7, 2020

The content of the letter below was provided by the Hamilton County Department of Health:

Greg Kesterman

Health Commissioner

Hamilton County Public Health

250 William Howard Taft

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

​​​​​Dear Three Rivers Local School District Staff, Parents, and Students,

This letter is to notify you that a kindergarten student in Three Rivers Elementary has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Due to HIPPA privacy, we are unable to release information that could identify an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19. Please know that any student that was within the parameters that require a two-week quarantine will be individually notified this evening. If you are receiving this letter and have not received a phone call from the School District, your child was not believed to have been within six feet of the student for more than fifteen minutes (based on contact tracing) and does not need to self-quarantine. In order to contain the spread of this infection, we are asking parents to monitor your child(ren) for symptoms, keep your sick child(ren) home and take them to see a physician for testing and treatment if you observe any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. Please take this letter with you when you go to your physician. The period of observing your child related to this exposure ends in two weeks from September 7, 2020.

Here are the steps we are asking you to do in order to best protect our community:

  • Please monitor your student(s) for symptoms of COVID-19, which may include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Other symptoms include chills, rigors, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, or loss of taste/smell;

  • If your student develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19 please keep him/her at home and consult with your physician regarding the next steps;

  • Please notify the school administration if you choose to get your child tested or if they develop symptoms.

The overall health and well-being of the students and employees at Three Rivers Local School District and throughout Hamilton County continue to be our top priority. You can view the Hamilton County School Reference Guide for COVID-19 by clicking HERE. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community healthy. Please know that Three Rivers will update all positive COVID-19 cases on the Three Rivers COVID-19 site which can be accessed via the District’s website or by clicking HERE.

Please contact Hamilton County Public Health’s COVID-19 Hotline (513) 946-7919, Monday through Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Three Rivers Local School District





Please see the Three Rivers Reopening Plan: Click HERE to Access the Plan

>Quarantined Students FAQ

>Will Three Rivers follow new guidelines?

On December 30th, Governor DeWine announced that Ohio is changing its guidance regarding quarantines following “in classroom exposures” in K-12 schools. This decision was made following a study conducted by the Ohio Department of Health in conjunction with 9 school districts throughout the state.

The highlights of their findings include:

  • Students quarantined due to classroom contacts did not show a statistically significant difference in testing positive than other students in a classroom who were not close contacts.

  • Most infections appear to be occurring outside of the school setting and school are one of the safest places for students during the day.


In the conclusion of this study, it was stated that “moving forward, students and teachers exposed to a COVID-positive person in school are no longer required to quarantine as long as the exposure occurred in a classroom setting and all students/teachers were wearing masks and following other appropriate protocols. It is important to note that this does not apply to student exposure during extra-curricular activities.


>What makes my child a close contact?

A close contact is someone that is within 6 ft for more than 15 accumulative minutes, two days prior to a person becoming ill that has tested positive for COVID-19.

· What does this mean?

If your child is determined a close contact, they will be quarantined for 14 days. This date is calculated by the last time the child came in contact with the person that tested positive. The District will contact all students required to quarantine.

>Who determines if a child is within six feet?

The Health Department, school administration, and nurse work together to determine who falls within this category.

>Do parents or siblings need to be quarantined as well?

If a child is a close contact, siblings and parents DO NOT need to quarantine according to Hamilton County and CDC guidelines.

However, if the child quarantined becomes ill at any point, siblings should then be kept home. In order for the siblings to return, we would then need the close contact to get tested and provide negative results. If a parent chooses not to get their child tested, we would then consider it a probable case and the siblings would be quarantined for 14 days (This date starts on the first day the symptoms began).

>Does my child need to be tested in order to return?

The Health Department does not require students to get a test in order to return to school.

>Can my child still participate in sports, work, or hang out with friends during quarantine?

During quarantine, your child SHOULD NOT participate in sports, work, or social gatherings.

>Can my child come back early with a negative test?

NO! Unfortunately, even with a negative test the child is still considered a close contact. Testing prior to symptoms can result in a false negative. It can take up to 10-14 days to present with symptoms and get a positive test; therefore, the Health Department will not allow a CLOSE CONTACT to come back even with a negative test.

>When can a child return with a negative test? It seems some students are not permitted to return with a negative test, while others are.

A child can only return with a negative test if they WERE NOT quarantined or in close contact with any known positive cases. If a child gets sick and had no exposure with a negative test they can return.

>Why do students that test positive get to return prior to those quarantined?

If you test positive, you can return to school 10 days from the date of the positive test (as long as symptoms have subsided for 24 hours without medications), while those quarantined must remain home for the full 14 days.

· The theory behind this is if you are sick, you have been carrying this in your body for a minimum of 4 days already and were already contagious during that period. Those quarantined need a longer date to ensure they do not develop symptoms during this period.

>Three Rivers Local School District Return to School Information

Below is important information regarding the Three Rivers Local School District’s return to school processes and procedures.

  • Our COVID-19 Return to School Site will remain active and on the website. It can be accessed by clicking HERE.


  • All water fountains will be turned off to avoid the spread of germs; therefore, all students are permitted to bring water bottles to school with them. Students are also permitted to bring their own hand sanitizer. However, students will not be permitted to share either of these items with their classmates.


  • Taylor Middle School and High School start their school day at 8:08 am and dismiss at 2:51 pm. At Taylor High School, Mr. Smiley asks that beginning on September 1st, all THS students who have a plan bell during the first bell do not report to school until the second bell and all students who have a plan bell during the seventh bell are to leave following the sixth bell for an early dismissal. Again, this will not start until Tuesday as all students will arrive by 8:08 am on August 31st to meet with their advisory teacher.


  • Breakfast will be available as a grab-and-go option for students to take to their homeroom classroom with them.


  • Please know that TRLSD no longer uses PayPams for breakfast and lunch accounts. We ask that if at all possible, money is preloaded onto student accounts via our new software Titan School Solutions. All money from last year has been transferred to this software. A link to access the parent portal can be found on the District website under Food Service.


  • As a reminder to all of our Three Rivers Virtual Academy families, the originally scheduled meetings for tonight and tomorrow will no longer occur in-person. Instead, all parent information in regards to the K-5 Accelerate Education and 6-12 Edgenuity virtual platforms can be found in the two links below.


Click HERE to access information regarding the K-5 Accelerate Education Platform.


Click HERE to access the information regarding the 6-12 Edgenuity Platform.


  • All Virtual students who will be using a TRLSD device, Chromebook pick up is scheduled for Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm in the high school/middle school circles. Shipping for the elementary virtual program materials has been delayed; a separate virtual material pickup date and time will be communicated.

If you are a virtual learner and are opting to use your own device, you do not need to attend. Additionally, if you are a virtual learner and would like to use your own device, please contact Megan Rivet at mrivet@trlsd.org; if you choose to opt-out of a Three Rivers device, the District will waive your $20.00 tech fee for the year.


  • Bus routes and transportation information has been mailed to all bus rider families. If you have not yet received a letter, please keep an eye out for it within the next day or two.


  • Students participating in after school activities are not permitted to remain in the building or on campus unless the activity begins by, or before, 4:00 pm. Students should remain in the HS Cafeteria until they go to their activity.

  • We ask that all middle and high school students utilize clear backpacks. Please know that they will not have access to lockers.


  • If you have any questions in the coming days leading up to the first day of school, please do not hesitate to ask.


  • If a student has any clothing or school supply needs prior to the start of school, please email or call Cathy Glatt at cglatt@trlsd.org or 513.467.3200 ext. 1128.


(Additional Information will be included in this document throughout the next few days.)

> Food Service

Free and Reduced Lunch Application - https://family.titank12.com/application/new?identifier=9VD4CU

2020-2021 Menus - https://family.titank12.com/menu/9VD4CU

Family Portal to pay and maintain student accounts. https://family.titank12.com/9VD4CU

> Educational and Support Resources

Are there additional educational resources I can access above and beyond what my child's teacher has assigned?

Here is a list of resources you could use if you are looking for more to do with your child.

What are some tips for talking to our child about COVID-19?

How can I help my child with anxiety and learning at home?

What are some good resources I can use for my student with disabilities?

The UCCEDD wants to provide as much helpful information as possible during this COVID-19 Pandemic. In the link below are listed websites and other electronic resources relating to COVID-19. If you have any questions please contact ucucedd@cchmc.org

University of Cincinnati Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilites

To contact the TRLSD Student Services Specialist, please email Megan Rivet at mrivet@trlsd.org.


> Mental Health Services

Who can parents and students reach out to at the school level for mental health needs?

Parents and students are able to reach out to their school counselors and our school social worker for any immediate needs and guidance.

Three Rivers Elementary:

Tina Cole - tcole@trlsd.org


Taylor Middle School:

Dave Henderson - dhenderson@trlsd.org

Pam Wray - pwray@trlsd.org


Taylor High School:

Marla Heckman - mheckman@trlsd.org

Katie Ryan - kryan@trlsd.org


District Level Social Services:

Cathy Glatt - cglatt@trlsd.org

How can parents access mental health supports through our District's partner, Best Point Behavioral Health (Children's Home), for children during this period?

Best Point Behavioral Health (by The Children’s Home) is still open and providing services. When schools were cancelled and restrictions regarding face to face interactions were put into place, the agency prioritized the implementation of Telehealth so they would be able to continue service delivery. They have a Telehealth service they are able to use for video conferencing with clients and families called Updox. They are able to provide counseling, school-based day treatment services, care coordination, and medication management services through this platform. The Three Rivers team is actively reaching out to families to provide ongoing services via telehealth – through phone or video conferencing. Provider expectations are that they are delivering the services as planned, via telehealth, as long as COVID-19 restrictions are in place.

For questions about ongoing services please contact your service providers. Or send an email to:

Kate Barnes – kbarnes@bestpoint.org

Caroline Hils – chils@bestpoint.org

For new referrals feel free to reach out to your school counselor or go to the website, link below, to complete a referral for mental health support. You can also reach out to Kate or Caroline with any questions via email.

https://www.thechildrenshomecinti.org/page/referral


What are some tips for talking to our child about COVID-19?

> Technology

What does my child do if we do not have access to WiFi or devices?

Charter Communications is offering free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access to families with students in K-12 who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription. To access this parents should call (844) 488-8395.

For more information: http://bit.ly/33qxldU

Families who do not have access to Internet or have technology devices at home, please contact your Building Principal:

Adam Biedenbach: (513) 279-2002

Holly Simms: (513) 276-0430

Mark Smiley: (513) 295-7732

What are some virtual meeting reminders?

  • ALL video conference links will be shared by classroom teachers through email, Google Classrooms, or other communications.

  • NO ONE should record any live (synchronous) meetings with students.

  • NO ONE should take pictures of their screen where student pictures and names are present.

  • Remember, the background captured on video will be visible to all participants in the meeting. Please make sure that your child's background is clear of anything that you don't want visible to the entire class!

Google Meet/Hangout/Zoom Etiquette Guide for Students

  1. When you enter the Meet/Hangout, mute yourself (If you are not already muted) to avoid background noise. Turn mute off when you are ready to speak.

  2. When you have a question, type in the textbox and wait for your teacher to call on you.

  3. When you have something to contribute to what is being said, but it is not your turn, use the chat feature in the right-hand corner.

  4. Wait for the teacher to call on you then unmute yourself.

  5. Only one student should contribute/talk at a time.

  6. Look into the camera when you are talking.

  7. Stay attentive. Pay attention to your teacher or other students who are speaking.

  8. Most importantly, have fun with this. We are lucky to live in a time where technology unites us when we can't be together!

A.B.C. = Always Be Courteous

> Cyber Security

Your child's cyber security is a top priority during e-learning. Please see information below to help keep your child safe while learning at home.

Monitor your child's web browsing history:

-While accessing the internet from your home network, students will not have the same level of web content filtering as afforded by our on-premises firewall. Please be vigilant of your child’s internet use and check on their web browsing history regularly. The Chromebooks are set up so that they should not be able to delete this.


Do not give personal data to any website or program whose legitimacy is questionable:

-Do not provide your email or any other personal information to any website or software that your teacher has not asked you to. Children are not immune to identity theft and other forms of data crime and malicious activity on the web. Thankfully, the students do not have access to install any apps/extensions/add-ons to their Chromebooks that are not whitelisted by us, which minimizes the amount of ways in which third parties can access your child’s data.


Be on the lookout for phishing emails:

-If you receive an email asking for any personal information about yourself or anyone else, it could be a phishing scam. This usually means someone posing as someone else trying to get access to sensitive data. Make sure you check the email address and make sure it ends with “trlsd.org”. If you have any suspicions about any emails your student is receiving, please do not hesitate to have their teacher submit a ticket to help@trlsd.org including the email content, who it was sent to and who it was sent from, and our tech team will look into it for you. We recommend monitoring your child’s email when you can to make sure they aren’t receiving any suspicious emails from addresses outside of the trlsd.org domain.


Use Strong Passwords:

-If your student is in a grade level that allows them to use their own passwords for their accounts, we strongly suggest using a password that includes uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols/special characters. Our password policies enforce this to a certain degree, but making your passwords as secure as possible is always a good idea.


If your child is encountering any issues with their Chromebooks or if you have any questions about appropriate device usage, please feel free to have their homeroom teacher submit a ticket to help@trlsd.org. We are here to help! Thank you and stay safe!


> Cleaning

What is the protocol for cleaning at TRLSD?

The custodial team follows a rigorous cleaning schedule that is broken down by daily, weekly, monthly, and preventative care planning. The team focuses on high-touch areas throughout the day and diligently deep cleans at the end of each day. Wednesdays are secured for additional deep cleaning as well as additional cleaning measures.

All crew members are wearing masks and following guidelines in their cleaning efforts to remain healthy. If you have any questions or concerns about this process, please email Tom Olson at tolson@trlsd.org.

> Use of Masks/Coverings

Please see the Policy below for (EBEA) Use of Face Masks/Coverings.

USE OF FACE MASKS/COVERINGS

The Three Rivers Board of Education is committed to providing students, staff, and visitors with a safe and healthy environment. In order to maintain a healthy environment, the Board will follow the mandates and requirements set forth by the federal government, Center for Disease Control, Ohio Governor, Ohio State Health Department, Hamilton County Health Department, Ohio Department of Education, and other entities (“Directing Entities”) as it relates to the protecting the health of students. If any of these Directing Entities or District Administration requires staff, students, and/or visitors to wear cloth face mask/coverings while attending school, reporting to work at a school, or visiting a school, the District’s Administration will follow and enforce such directives.

Recognizing that available scientific information and local needs may change, the Board authorizes the Superintendent to continue to review and adjust face covering procedures in consultation with health officials. All face covering procedures and any changes to procedures must be clearly communicated to all staff, volunteers, parents and students in a timely manner. At no time may the Superintendent require any less for face coverings than may be required by law or health department requirements.

As of July 2020, pursuant to COVID-19 Health and Prevention Guidance for Ohio K-12 Schools issued by the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Education, all staff members must wear face mask/coverings.

Students inside a 6 -foot radius of another individual must wear a mask. All students must wear a mask when riding a school bus or other school vehicle.

Cloth Face mask/coverings should:

● Fully cover the mouth, nose, and chin;

● Fit snugly against the side of the face so there are no gaps;

● Not create difficulty breathing while worn; and

● Held secure through either a tie, elastic, etc. to prevent slipping.

Face mask/coverings shall not include surgical masks or respirators (as those should be reserved for healthcare works), masks designed to be worn for costume purposes, etc. All face coverings / masks shall meet the requirements of the appropriate dress code policies and/or codes of conduct.

Staff and Volunteers

All staff and volunteers who do not meet one of the listed exceptions are required to wear face coverings in the work setting unless it is unsafe to do so or doing so would significantly interfere with the learning process.

EBEA

Exceptions to this face mask/coverings policy may be made for the following:

● Facial coverings in the school setting are prohibited by law or regulation;

● Children younger than 2 years old;

● Anyone who is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the cloth

face covering without assistance;

● Facial coverings are not required when the staff works alone in an assigned work area;

● Facial coverings will significantly interfere with the learning process;

● Facial mask/coverings are in violation of documented safety policies or documented

industry standards;

● Individuals who have received approval from District administration after discussing

their request not to wear a face mask/coverings due to a physical, mental or

developmental health condition, if wearing a mask would lead to a medical emergency

or would introduce significant safety concerns.

○ In this exception, the District administration may also discuss other possible

accommodations for the student or staff member. Such discussion shall follow

District policies and procedures under Section 504 and the ADA.

The Three Rivers Local School District is required to provide written justification to the local health officials upon request explaining why a staff member is not required to wear a facial covering in the school. Therefore, if any of the above exceptions are made, the request for such exception must be submitted in writing to the individual’s supervisor, and a decision on the request will be provided in writing. An individual may be required to wear a face shield or other face covering as appropriate for an accommodation of this face covering requirement.

Any school nurse or staff who care for individuals with COVID-19 symptoms must use appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) in accordance with OSHA standards. If face masks/coverings are required, and no exception has been applied, students and/or staff who violate this policy shall be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the applicable Student Code of Conduct/Student Discipline Code, staff Code of Conduct, and in accordance with policies of the Board.

EBEA

Students

The District will take steps to reduce any social stigma for students who, for medical or developmental reasons, cannot and should not wear a face covering.

Additional considerations

The District provides staff training and age appropriate instruction for students on appropriate use of face coverings and PPE.

The Board directs the Superintendent to develop procedures for when face shields may be considered as a preapproved alternative where cloth face coverings would hinder the learning process, including but not limited to the following situations:

1. When interacting with students, such as those with disabilities, where communication could be impacted;

2. When interacting with English-language learners or when teaching a foreign language;

3. In settings where cloth face coverings might present a safety hazard (i.e. science labs);

4. For individuals who have difficulty wearing a cloth face coverings.

The Board directs the Superintendent to develop procedures for face coverings for all visitors, contractors and other individuals on District property in addition to the procedures addressed herein for employees, volunteers and students. Such procedures must be appropriately communicated.

The Board directs the Superintendent to determine the need for disposable face coverings to be provided in buildings where appropriate and necessary.

[Adoption date: August 4, 2020]

LEGAL REFS: ORC 3313.20(A)

CONTRACT REFS: Teachers” Negotiated Agreement

Support Staff Negotiated Agreement


> Ongoing Communication

How can I expect to continue to receive updated information?

We are dedicated to keeping consistent and relevant communication ongoing with our families during this time. Our normal newsletters will continue to be distributed. This site is a way to provide direct, building-level supports to our students, families and staff in the midst of the COVID-19 school closure. If any of our families have questions that we are not addressing, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

You can submit a question using the form linked here.